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How to Avoid Procrastination
Last Updated on Friday, 21 January 2011 03:44 Written by Arun Pudur Monday, 10 January 2011 05:31
Hello 2011… Let me begin with wishing you all a Very Happy New Year!
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The reason i chose this subject is based on how my blog had completely stopped since my last post and this is a lesson to us all on avoiding procrastination. I have used this powerful formula for setting and achieving goals that you can use for the rest of your life. It consists of seven simple steps. Any one of these steps can double and triple your productivity if you are not currently using it, it has helped me Tremendously to achieve major milestones in my life, so it will help you too.
Step one: Decide exactly what you want – This is important because if you don't know what you want how can you achieve it? If you’re traveling even though you don't know the way, you can use a GPS, but without even keying in your destination how can the GPS help you?
Step two : Write it down – Now with latest tech gadgets you can even write it on your mobile notepad. If you don't write it you will forget it
Step three: Set a deadline on your goal; set sub deadlines if necessary – You need to set deadlines or else when will you know when you read there?
Step four: Make a list of everything that you can think of that you are going to have to do to achieve your goal – Again important thing is you write them down before you forget it
Step five: Organize the list into a plan – A man (women) with a plan! Sounds good doesn't it? Well, you make plans every second, even you decide to breath, it is plan because you wanna live. So plan your stuff! There is a very famous comedian back home, who always says "Whatever you do plan it?", well it sounds funny in native tongue
Step six: Take action on your plan immediately – Time & tide waits for none, so act on it immediately. No if's or but's please
Step seven: Resolve to do something every single day that moves you toward your major goal – Every drop makes an ocean, in this fashion every small steps you take will take you closer to your goal
Clear, written goals have a wonderful effect on your thinking. They motivate you and galvanize you into action. They stimulate your creativity, release your energy, and help you to overcome procrastination as much as any other factor. Hope i was able to perk you guys up for the new year.. Until next time…
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